Lady Gaga is a well known Hollywood celebrity. She is in the entertainment industry for around two decades and has amassed a legion of loyal fans. With the kind of fame she has got, this woman has numerous projects and contracts at hand. All of her legal work is managed by a law firm by the name Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks. Unfortunately, the firm was attacked by hackers, and legal documents of their clients have been leaked. A lot of Lady Gaga’s legal documents have been leaked online in this cyberattack.
The “first part” from the leaked documents was a 2.4-gigabyte folder including legal work the law firm did for Lady Gaga: contracts sent to producers, collaborators, and members of her touring ensemble, promotional agreements, expense sheets, confidentiality agreement forms, performer agreements, reimbursement forms for the artist Jeff Koons, a handful of promotional photos, and reams of tedious paperwork one would expect to find in the database of an entertainment law firm. Reportedly, the hackers leaked the files as the firm declined to pay them a ransom of $21 million. The law firm, which represents a lot of A-list stars like Drake, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, and many others including politicians and government entities confirmed on Wednesday, May 13 that they have been “victimized by a cyberattack.” As much as 756 gigabytes of data including contracts and personal emails reportedly have been stolen by the hackers from the firm’s site.
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